A power tool fitted with cutting or driving attachment, usually a drill or driver bit used for boring holes
in various materials or fastening materials together. Gripped by a chuck rotated while
pressed against the target. Edges of the cutting tool does the cutting work
Helps you do work and saves you considerable grief in confined spaces if you didn't own the tool.
Easily reaches into confined wall and ceiling cavities to bore holes or drive screws.
A cordless drill is a cordless (battery-operated) electric drill. Most are equipped with keyless
chucks, starting at 7.2 volts up to 24 volts or more. Includes Rotary Hammers
large models may have impact, variable-speed, forward and reverse
Specifically designed to remove a cylinder of material, much like a hole saw. The material
left inside the drill bit is referred to as the core. The Stand provides a
secure platform for the drill to work from.
Tools which are designed to be used for demolition. Typically heavy and powerful they can
break up a variety of substances, from brick walls to concrete slabs they are an
important part of the tool arsenal for a construction crew
Similar to a standard electric drill, except that is provided with a hammer action for drilling masonry.
The hammer action may be engaged or disengaged as required. Most electric hammer
drills are rated (input power) at between 600 and 1100watts
Non-impact drill is a mechanical device that performs its hole-making function by spinning.
In construction, a rotary drill can be fitted with various drill bits to create
various-sized holes in wood and metal
"Rotary Hammer" is a rotary drill with a hammering action. Hammering action provides a short,
rapid hammering to pulverize material and quicker. Mostly electrically powered.
Same technology used in "demolition hammers", known as or "breakers".